Volunteers are a valuable part of the Milton Keynes University Hospital team. Our highly committed army of volunteers can be found in all areas of the hospital. Volunteering allows people to give something back to their local community. All for as little as three hours a week. It is a great way to meet new people, make new friends and learn new skills.

We have in excess of 100 volunteers across our services including Chaplaincy, Butterfly volunteers, Meet and Greeters, Ward Support as well as those provided by external organisations and we want to grow our volunteering team encouraging more people to get involved to support and enhance the patient and family experience with us.

We welcome volunteers from all abilities, backgrounds, cultures and beliefs. Everyone has something unique to offer and we are committed to ensuring our volunteers have a rewarding experience and their contributions are recognised.

All that we ask is that you have a genuine interest in helping others, are reliable and have the commitment to volunteer. If you would like to volunteer click the links at the foot of this page for further information on the volunteering roles we offer.

The minimum age to apply is 16 and we welcome applications throughout the year.

There may be times when there are no published volunteer opportunities to view and/or apply for. Please bear with us during this time, as a small team we are processing our current intake of volunteers, so please keep checking the website for our vacant roles being published.

Volunteer Opportunities
Roles at MKUH
Meet the Team
Why Volunteer
Contact Us
Meet the Volunteers
Find Us
Voluntary Organisations who Support MKUH
Volunteer Recruitment Links